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SEO Spam Links in Nulled Plugins


Published on 12/29/2020 – Last Updated on 12/29/2020 by OTC

It’s not unusual to see website owners running things on a budget. Choosing a safe and reliable hosting company, buying a nice domain name, boosting posts on social media, and ranking on search engines — all this costs a lot of money. At the end of the day, some site owners may even choose to cut expenses by installing pirated (or nulled) software on their websites.

Unfortunately, as discussed in some of our earlier posts about free software and fake verification, these “free” components may still come with a hefty price tag.

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